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Definition:The chronological resume is organized by job titles with the most recent position listed first.
Employer Rating:Employers tend to prefer the chronological resume because the format lists prior positions beginning with the most current. Employers perceive this resume style as fact-based and easily skimmed.
Works Best For:For job seekers with solid experience and a logical job history, the chronological resume is the most effective. Career changers and those who lack formal on-the-job experience (like new graduates) find this resume the most difficult to write.
Recommended Books on Chronological Resumes:
The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Perfect Resume. Susan Ireland.